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Topical Luteolin for Hair Loss: A Potent PGD2 Inhibitor

Luteolin is a flavonoid found in many plants, which can reduce hair loss by reducing scalp PGD2. It’s another interesting example of an anti-allergy treatment, which translates well as a hair loss treatment.

Topical Biotin for Hair Loss: Does It Work?

Biotin is included in loads of hair loss treatments — shampoos, topicals, supplements. But does it actually increase hair growth? And if so, how exactly?

Topical Melatonin for Hair Loss

Melatonin is a powerful antioxidant, which has been shown in several studies to have significant positive effects on hair growth in patients suffering from hair loss. Let’s see how it works and how you can use it…

How to Increase Scalp IGF-1 to Increase Hair Growth

Insulin-like Growth Factor 1 (IGF-1) is a growth factor that’s been shown to increase hair growth when the growth factor is increased in the scalp. In this article, I explain how you can increase IGF-1 in your scalp in order to increase hair growth.

Topical Difenciprone (diphenylcyclopropenone) for Hair Loss: should you try it?

Difenciprone, or diphenylcyclopropenone has been used topically to stimulate hair growth in patients with Alopecia Areata with some success. So, is it worth trying for people with other types of hair loss, such as male pattern baldness?

Topical Saw Palmetto for Hair Loss: Read This Before Trying

Saw Palmetto is one of the most popular natural treatments for hair loss and with just a quick search online you can see thousands of articles about it. But does it really work? Is there any science backing up the cult following surrounding this plant?

Beta Sitosterol for Hair Loss: Research, Results and How to Use it

Beta Sitosterol is a powerful natural plant extract taken from saw palmetto. It’s an anti androgen: it prevents testosterone from converting to DHT. DHT is the primary cause of male pattern hair loss.

Redensyl for Hair Loss: Is This The Next Big Thing?

Redensyl seems to be the ultimate hair loss treatment — particularly for male pattern baldness. It’s anti inflammatory, anti androgen and studies claim it improves blood circulation in the scalp as effectively as Minoxidil.

Diclofenac Gel for Hair Loss: How it Works

Diclofenac is the active ingredient in Voltarol anti-inflammatory gel, so it’s not surprising to me that when applied to the scalp of balding men, it triggers new hair growth by reducing inflammation (a key cause of male pattern baldness).

Topical Latanoprost for Hair Loss: Is It Effective? And How to Use It

Topical Latanoprost was discovered to significantly increase eye lash growth, making it a world-wide sensation. But it also seems it can be used to increase scalp hair growth. Here’s how to do it…

Does Numan Hair Loss Work?

The Numan subscription is a Minoxidil spray, a vitamins supplement and a prescription drug called Finasteride. But does it actually work or is it all just clever marketing? Let’s find out…

PTD-DBM & Valproic Acid for Hair Loss: Superior Hair Follicle Neogenesis Achieved

Put simply, PTD-DBM is a peptide that inhibits a protein called CXXC5. CXXC5 prevents hair growth. Using PTD-DBM we can prevent CXXC5 from interfering with hair growth. Here’s how…

Cetrizine for Hair Loss: Reduce Scalp PGD2

Cetirizine is a cheap anti-allergy medication. It’s thought to reduce PGD2 when applied to the scalp. In one experiment, 1% cetirizine was applied to the scalps of subjects and ‘significant hair growth’ was reported.

Way 316-606 for Hair Loss: Scalp SFRP1 Inhibitor

Way 316-606 reduces hair loss and promotes hair growth by blocking SFRP1 from damaging hair follicles in the scalp. SFRP1 is a protein that interferes with hair growth. By blocking the protein, hair grows uninhibited.

How to reduce PGD2 in the scalp

Androgenic alopecia (AGA), also called male-pattern baldness, is the most common form of hair loss and has been associated with other dysfunctions such as coronary heart disease and an enlarged prostate. It seems that PGD2 prevents the hair follicles from maturing There have been numerous studies concerning androgenic alopecia but more data is needed to […]

CB 03 01 / Breezula (Clascoterone) for Hair Loss: Research, Results and How to Use It

CB 03 01 is a topical hair loss treatment that works by binding with androgen receptors in the hair follicles, helping to reduce the amount of DHT that’s able to bind with the receptors.

Rekze 24 Serum Review + Ingredients Explained

Full ingredients list Aqua Alcohol denat. PPG-26-buteth-26 PEG-40 hydrogenated castor oil Menthol Butylene glycol Keratin Phenethyl alcohol Ethyltrimonium chloride methacrylate/Hydrolyzed wheat protein copolymer Caprylyl glycol Menthyl lactate PEG-5 cocomonium methosulfate Apigenin Biotinoyl tripeptide-1 Oleanolic acid Sphinganine Sodium glutamate Hydrolyzed collagen Hydrolyzed soy protein Lauryldimonium hydroxypropyl hydrolyzed soy protein Sodium cocoyl glutamate Glycine Hydroxypropyl guar hydroxypropyltrimonium […]

Sphinganine for Hair Loss: Better than Finasteride?

Sphinganine is a chemical used in the Rekze 24 Serum hair loss treatment. In one study, the researchers claim Rekze outperformed Finasteride as a 5-alpha-reductase inhibitor!

SFRP1 Inhibitor: Cyclosporine-A Promotes Hair Growth by Supressing SFRP1

Cyclosporine-A is an immunosuppressant drug that inhibits a protein called SFRP1. SFRP1 is thought to prevent hair growth in some individuals. Results have been impressive. Let’s see how it works…

Open Potassium Ion Channels in Scalp Follicles: Increases Hair Growth

Evidence suggests that Minoxidil’s hair growing effect is partly due to the ability to open potassium ion channels in the hair follicles. But how does that make hair grow? And how can you use it?

Sphinganine for Hair Loss: 5ar Inhibitor and Anti-inflammatory

Sphinganine is a potent 5-alpha reductase inhibitor and an anti-inflammatory.

Topical Cinnamon for Hair Growth: Warning

One published study has stated cinnamon increases hair growth by increasing blood vessel vasodilation and the growth factor IGF-1. However, another study has shown that it decreases the growth factor VEGF.

VETA Men Targeted Topical Review + Ingredients Explained

VETA is a hair loss treatment that works primarily by increasing blood circulation in the scalp. Would I recommend it? Let’s find out…

Lavender Oil for Hair Growth: Reduces Scalp Inflammation

Lavender oil has shown some surprisingly impressive hair growth stimulating results. Seemingly via its anti-inflammatory action.

How to Increase Scalp Substance P (SP) for Hair Growth

According to several different studies, ‘Substance P’ acts as a growth factor in the hair follicles. One researcher has even stated that Substance P induces the hair follicles to transition from resting phase to growth phase!

Human Growth Hormone (HGH) for Hair Loss: Read This

The rumour is — and it is only a rumour — that Jennifer Anniston and Demi Moore take HGH injections to maintain a youthful appearance. But can HGH be used to make new hair grow?

How to Activate Wnt Signaling Pathways in Hair Follicles to Increase Hair Growth

Wnt-signaling leads to the increased production of proteins required for hair growth. By maintaining or upregulating the Wnt-signaling pathways in the hair follicles we can increase hair growth and prolong the growth phase of hair.

NutraViv Hair Growth Serum Review + Ingredients Explained

Nutraviv is a mild, natural topical DHT blocker that reduces scalp DHT with the use of azelaic acid. Read below to see if I think it’s worth using.

Anthralin for Hair Loss: Reduce Scalp Cytokines

Anthralin is an anti inflammatory cream that works by suppressing cytokines.

How to Reduce Scalp Cytokines to Increase Hair Growth

Cytokines are proteins involved in some inflammatory processes. Reducing cytokines may be an effective treatment for some types of hair loss.